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Rent down in Victoria

The most recent Rental Pain Index (RPI) data for July 2024 highlights the differences between each state. The significant differences outline the changing levels...

New LGBTQIA+ advisory committee

A new advisory group will now take charge in decision making regarding inclusiveness surrounding LGBTIQA+ Victorians living with disability. Equality Minister Harriet Shing joined...

State government to fund all-electric homes

The state government will fund projects that promote Victorians, including those in Brimbank, to switch to all-electric households. On Sunday, July 7, Energy and Resources...

Report reveals lack of public transport

A new report found that more than seven million Australians in the country’s five biggest cities do not have convenient access to public transport,...

Community Calendar

Want your event listed? Community Calendar is made available free of charge to not-for-profit organisations to keep the public informed of special events and...

Ten years of dance

To celebrate 10 years of L2R Dance, a documentary will be screening at the end of the month in St Albans, showcasing the journey...

Park’s vision unveiled

Brimbank council has adopted the Sunshine Energy Park Vision Plan to guide the future planning, design, development and ongoing feasibility and advocacy for Sunshine...

City West Falcons continue on

A pregame rev up made sure the City West Falcons were switched on for their home clash against the Western Warriors in the Victorian...

Saints big finish

St Albans Saints are focused on trying to avoid relegation from the National Premier League competition. The Saints have struggled this season with just four...

Around the grounds in Brimbank

Basketball Keilor Thunder coach Kristi Harrower and the rest of the Opals 2006 FIBA World Cup championship team will be inducted into the Australian Basketball...

Bears bounce back

Burnside Heights went back to school last week and it paid off as the Bears returned to the winners list in the Essendon District...

Blues with one eye on the future

Keilor is using this season with one eye on the future in the Essendon District Football League women’s premier division. The Blues have struggled for...

Cats ready for challenges

Albion is excited for the challenges of the next few weeks in the Western Football League division 2 competition. The only undefeated team in the...

Showcasing Brimbank

Trung Luu MP Trung Luu MP embodies the Australian spirit of resilience, determination, and opportunity. As your voice for the west, he is...

Lace Interiors closing its doors

Chris Tolevski from Lace Interiors has pride in his achievements since coming out to Australia from Europe at 19 years of age with just...

No longer a hidden dining secret

Everyone knows the best eateries are the ones that are hard to find. The ‘City View Bistro’ falls into this category. Located in the elegant...

Behind the walls of Victoria’s prisons – what life is really like for the people who work there

Ever wondered what it’s like to work in prison? Most people have a very particular idea – high walls, long and dark corridors and...

Students front and centre at St Albans Heights

At St Albans Heights PS our graduates will be empowered to thrive, collaborate and think critically. They will be supported by the school community...

Empowering every student to aspire and achieve

It is with a sense of pride and excitement that I welcome you to Copperfield College. Selecting the right school for your child is an...

Women’s health issues must be a priority: GPs

GPs are calling for greater action to better address women’s health issues. It follows the release of the Royal Australian College of GPs (RACGP) guidelines...

A mum’s worst nightmare

Solo mother Michelle Galea’s worst nightmare is her son losing his only parent. In September last year, she was forced to confront that fear...

Sexual and reproductive health hub launched

Brimbank and Wyndham women will have improved access to sexual and reproductive health services , following the opening of new healthcare hubs. IPC Health opened...

Budget boost for women’s health organisations

Women’s health organisations GenWest and Women’s Health in the North will receive funding boosts from the state government. The government has set aside $18 million...

Cultural help for alcohol and drugs

A Braybrook-based program is helping women in the Vietnamese community in Melbourne’s north-west to overcome alcohol and drug (AOD) issues. The Australian Vietnamese Women’s Association...

Have your say on women’s pain

Women, their family members and healthcare professionals are being urged to make submissions to Victoria's Inquiry into Women's Pain. The inquiry will examine systemic issues...

Vicky crowned Slimmer of the Year

A St Albans mother has been crowned the 1:1 diet’s Slimmer of the Year, after losing more than 50 kilos. With three children and menopause...

Water bills to increase slightly

A small increase in water bills is on its way for Brimbank residents, as The Essential Services Commission has released its final decision on...

Working out to warm up a success

As the weather continues to get cooler this winter, a flurry of blankets and warm clothes are ready to be donated to those in...

Fatal crash in Delahey

A motorcyclist died in a crash in Delahey on Wednesday night. It’s believed the rider lost control while travelling towards Kings Road from Mcnicholl Way...

Fashion and flamboyance in The Dress

Independent theatre company, Essence Productions, is back with another historical play at Werribee Mansion. Set in late 19th century Melbourne, ‘The Dress’ is on at...

Protecting pollinators

For a group of Macedon Ranges residents, beekeeping is more than a hobby. The members of the Woodend Bee-Friendly Society are committed to providing...

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Community Calendar

Want your event listed? Community Calendar is made available free of charge to not-for-profit organisations to keep the public informed of special events and...

Saints big finish

Showcasing Brimbank

Ten years of dance